They are here, in Albuquerque. Beware of the…Continue
Added by Adelita on October 17, 2014 at 8:43pm — No Comments
Friday, October 17
I love food, and I don’t think anyone that knows me would dispute that. As such, I like to try different restaurants around Albuquerque. I have found certain restaurants that I like better than others, and specific reasons I like these restaurants. In any case, this list is based on food, and is completely my opinion.
The absolute best restaurants in ABQ include:
Added by Matt Meyers on October 16, 2014 at 2:05pm — No Comments
Roy Stamm's hydrogen filled balloon. From the Albuquerque Museum Photo Archives.
Added by Sophie on October 16, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The cottonwoods are an iconic part of Albuquerque – their golden color against a dark clouded or turquoise sky in the fall and the cotton fluff that floats like snow in June, illuminated by the setting New Mexican sun, are memories that aren’t easy to forget.
The smell in the bosque…Continue
Halloween is quickly approaching, which means that many people will begin searching for their costume, and many will not. If you are a last minute Halloween costume type person, there are a few quick options that will make it appear as if you have taken months to plan your costume, when it only took a few hours.
Some last minute Halloween costume ideas include:
Added by Matt Meyers on October 15, 2014 at 1:07pm — No Comments
The other day, I spoke with a gentleman here in Albuquerque who'd fallen victim to one of the many, many foreclosure relief scams that are out there. This one was clever: the company takes $5000, plus 10% of any savings the homeowner gets from his bank's loan modification program, but…Continue
OBAN, SCOTLAND--”Get on your bike!” That’s the advice Mervyn Dudgeon has for the young. Mervyn was waiting with MaryAnn and me in Oban for the southbound train to Glasgow. He had just spent a week biking and hosteling in the Hebrides, an island group off the far northeast coast of Scotland. Mervyn Dudgeon is…Continue
Added by Sophie on October 14, 2014 at 7:00am — No Comments
I hate to break it, but we're kind of butting up against the last call for chile this season, as most roasters seem to close out their supply at the end of October. With that in mind, here's who we know is still roasting:
My 86 year old mother has dementia. Her short term memory is pretty much gone but her memories of the past are crystal clear. For anyone who has a loved one with the disease, you know how difficult it can be caring for them.
On weekends, when her full-time caretaker takes her days off, my daughter, my niece and I take turns taking care of her. I usually like to do simple crafting projects…Continue